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s-bguzikTue Feb-14-17 09:50 PM
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#54654, "Former wsl employee"


          

I am trying to trace a former wsl employee. Does anyone know where to star? I may use ancestry.com for photos, birthdates etc..

Thank you,

Brady Guzik,

  

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Bill WestWed Feb-15-17 01:05 AM
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#54655, "RE: Former wsl employee"
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Given how long White Star has been gone, I take it you are talking grandfather or older history here. http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/ Forums/Lost Contact & Research/ Maritime Family History Research might be a help. I have seen mentions in that site of members locating British sources for very old seamen's records and sometimes volunteering to look them up in The National Archives/Board of Trade records for readers. The basic seaman's record of ships and dates seems to be locatable if you can give a starting point.

Bill

  

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